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Closed Open on Tue-Sun,10:00am-5:00pm
Address: Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218 København, Denmark
Phone: +45 33 92 64 92

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Located on the small island of Slotsholmen, this beautiful palace accommodates the Danish Parliament, the Supreme Court and the Ministry of State. It is an impressive structure!

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  • Mejuffrouw
    Utrecht Province

    History underneath the building (literally)

    We very much enjoyed visiting the Christiansborg; we saw the ruines underneath the building, which were interesting. There are placards that give you information about the history of Copenhagen / the ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1600477671000+0800)/
  • Joyman L
    Joyman L

    Only visited the ruins in the basement

    We visited for free as part of the Copenhagen Card. Not knowing what to expect, we visited late afternoon and it wasn't busy. This museum is perfect for the history-buffs with plenty of informations, ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582315303000+0800)/
  • Travelnikk
    Canberra, Australia

    Castle ruins from 12th Century

    Worth having a look whilst you are at Christiansborg Palace, especially if you have a Copenhagen card. Plenty of historical readings around the display, but not a huge mount to be seen of the 12th Cen...

    Reviewed on /Date(1577628307000+0800)/
  • Steve-and-Andie

    A walk through time

    The ruins under Christiansborg Slot are a walk through history. Ruins of Bishop Absalon’s 12th century castle and those of The Blue Tower along with wells and even a medieval toilet are found here. ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1575356659000+0800)/
  • Linda K
    Linda K
    Avon, Connecticut

    Added bonus visit

    As others have mentioned, we only visited the ruins of Bishop Absalon's limestone castle since it was included on our Copenhagen Card. The original bishop's castle was built in 1167, with subsequent c...

    Reviewed on /Date(1573023115000+0800)/

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Denmark’s three major government powers reside in this Copenhagen palace. Up until 1794, it was the resident of the country’s monarchs. Though many different structures have sat on this one site, the complex has remnants of its long history scattered throughout it dating as far back as more than 800 years. On a guided tour, see the Royal Reception Area, the Great Hall and Queen’s Tapestries, the parliament, Theatre Museum, and even the subterranean ruins of Bishop Absalon's castle from 1167.
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